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What is a bar mitzvah?

Bar mitzvah is Hebrew for “son of commandment.” When a Jewish boy turns 13, he has all the rights and obligations of a Jewish adult, including the commandments of the Torah. From that date, he will wear tefillin on a daily basis, participate in synagogue services and take his place in the Jewish community. This milestone—called a bar mitzvah—is often celebrated with a ceremony in synagogue, tefillin wearing, and parties. The celebrant may be called to the Torah, lead services, deliver a speech or otherwise demonstrate his newfound status.

What is a bat mitzvah?

Although in the secular world you are not yet even a teenager, according to Jewish law, a girl is considered an adult from the age of twelve. On her twelfth birthday, jewish girls officially become a “Bat Mitzvah,” a “daughter of the mitzvahs,” one who is obligated in mitzvah observance. She has all the rights and obligations of a Jewish adult, including the commandments of the Torah. From that date, she takes her place in the Jewish community. This milestone—called a bat mitzvah—is often celebrated with creative projects, meaningful gatherings and joyous parties.

What age is a bar/bat mitzvah?

12 - 13

What to wear to a bar/bat mitzvah?

The attire is usually “party chic”, which is formal wear. Some choose to make it less casual with “Jeans and Jewels”

What happens at a bar mitzvah?

A Bar Mitzvah is a coming-of-age ceremony in the Jewish tradition that marks a boy's transition from childhood to adulthood. The ceremony typically takes place when the boy turns 13 years old.

During a Bar Mitzvah ceremony, the boy reads from the Torah (the Jewish holy book)and recites a portion of the Hebrew prayers. This is typically done in front of friends and family, who have gathered to celebrate the occasion. The boy is considered to have reached the age of religious responsibility and is now accountable for following the commandments of the Jewish faith.

After the ceremony, it is common for a celebration to take place, often including food, music, and dancing. The party may be held at a synagogue or a separate venue such as a banquet hall or hotel. The celebration is typically an opportunity for the family and friends to come together and celebrate the boy's achievement and transition to adulthood. It is also common for the Bar Mitzvah boy to receive gifts from guests to commemorate the occasion.

What happens at a bat mitzvah?

A Bat Mitzvah is a coming-of-age ceremony in the Jewish tradition that marks a girl's transition from childhood to adulthood. The ceremony usually takes place when the girl turns 12 or 13 years old, depending on the family's custom and the Jewish community's practices.

During the Bat Mitzvah ceremony, the girl reads from the Torah (the Jewish holy book) and recites a portion of the Hebrew prayers. This is typically done in front of friends and family who have gathered to celebrate the occasion. The girl is considered to have reached the age of religious responsibility and is now accountable for following the commandments of the Jewish faith.

After the ceremony, it is common for a celebration to take place, often including food, music, and dancing. The party may be held at a synagogue or a separate venue such as a banquet hall or hotel. The celebration is typically an opportunity for the family and friends to come together and celebrate the girl's achievement and transition to adulthood. It is also common for the Bat Mitzvah girl to receive gifts from guests to commemorate the occasion. The celebration may also include speeches, presentations, and other traditional activities depending on the family's customs and preferences.

How long is a bar/bat mitzvah?

The party is roughly one hour of cocktails, 4.5-5 hours of party. The service is roughly 4 hours on a Saturday Morning, or 45 min any other day of the week.

How much to give for a bar/bat mitzvah?

Intervals of $18 depending on how close you are to the family and child. $18, $36. $54, etc. $118 is also popular.

What to write in a bar/bat mitzvah card?
  1. Mazel Tov on your Bar Mitzvah! May you continue to grow in your faith and make your family proud.
  2. On your special day, may you feel the love and support of everyone around you. Mazel Tov and congratulations!
  3. Wishing you a lifetime of blessings and happiness as you embark on this new chapter of your life. Mazel Tov on becoming a Bar Mitzvah!

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